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20
Mar

Your Proposal is needed ASAP!! Let’s show them all the GREAT things we’ve got going in Iowa!!


You are invited to submit a proposal to present at DCDT’s 2018 International Conference,

“River of Dreams” in Cedar Rapids, Iowa!

The Iowa Department of Education has agreed to pay for one day of registration for Iowa educators whose proposals have been accepted!  This is a great opportunity, so get your proposals in now and save some $$ for this great transition conference in October!!

Deadline for Submission: April 23, 2018 at 11:00 pm
Decision Date: June 30, 2018

Link for Submission: https://tinyurl.com/2018DCDTProposal        (You will need to create a log-in.)

Once the proposal is submitted, you will receive a confirmation email and a link to review your proposal for any changes before it is reviewed

The Iowa DCDT board, as well as, the National DCDT board are requesting participation from Iowa educators across the state. We would like to showcase the resources, collaboration, and special projects that are occurring in the area of transition.  You guys do awesome work, so grab a friend and write  up that proposal!

So, to submit your proposal, click: https://tinyurl.com/2018DCDTProposal

7
Mar

**SIGNIFICANT CHANGES to the SAVE (4+) Program at ILCC/Emmetsburg for next Fall


Please read the message below from SAVE Coordinator Michelle Kogel.  There are significant changes to the SAVE program starting next fall.  If your districts had prospective students heading there for next year, you may need to check with Michelle to see if their status has changed/ or if this is still an appropriate option for the student based on the program changes.  Please let us know if you have any questions.

SAVE PROGRAM CHANGES FOR FALL 2018:

There are changes within the housing department for fall 2018.

There will no longer be a structured dorm setting available to students.

 

The only housing option available for fall is the independent dorm setting. Students will eat meals in dining services and have the same expectations as all students living within the housing environment.

 

Additionally it is important to note that in the past, the college has offered a structured dorm setting which included breakfast and lunch eaten as a group rather than in dining services along with a school night evening curfew. This option will no longer be available for the 2018-2019 academic year.

 

SAVE is notifying school districts in order for IEP teams to be aware of this change.

MIchelle Kogel’s  contact information is below:

 

When we know more, we will keep you posted.